The National Ornamental Metal Museum is the only institution in the United States devoted exclusively to the preservation and promotion of fine metalwork. Unlike ordinary museums, it isn’t just a place where art is displayed; it’s a place where art is made. At the Metal Museum you can see works of art, see artists work, learn the craft and craft the art.
"The "Blues Capital of Milwaukee" is located on Brady Street. The Up and Under hosts the best in local and national blues bands. With high ornamental ceilings, wooden floors and a handsome, period wooden bar, Up and Under Pub is a trip back in time and a fun place to down a few beers. More than 20 imported and micro brew beers on tap." Onmilwaukee.com
The Grohmann Museum at Milwaukee School of Engineering is one of Milwaukee's newest attractions and home to the world's most comprehensive art collection dedicated to the evolution of human work. Its doors opened in October 2007.
American Blues Band with Jim Liban, Kurt Koenig, Roger Brotherhood & Jimi Schutte
American Blues, is comprised of singer, songwriter and stellar blues harmonica player Jim Liban who is known throughout the midwest, in the 1970's, as the leader of Short Stuff, the innovative Milwaukee based ensemble that pioneered the blues/rock sound later identified with bands like the Fabulous Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughn. He continues to perform in a more traditional vein with The Jim Liban Blues Trio.
Perry Weber & The DeVilles were formed in 2007 out of Milwaukee. We can be seen at blues clubs and festivals all over the Midwest. Come out and catch a traditional, high-energy, electric blues show.
We are proud to announce that our latest CD "The Riot Act" made it to #14 on the Living Blues Magazine charts. More details and song samples at CDBaby.com
Jim Schutte - Professional drummer with internationally renowned Blues artists (1972 - Present)
Professional recordings include "Hot Tongue & Cold Shoulder" with the Jim Liban Blues Trio, "I Smell a Rat" with Lester Davenport and Jimmy Dawkins, "Nora Jean Sings the Blues" with a host of blues legends, Award winning "Hot Wire '81" with Jimmy Dawkins, "Beauty Isn't Always Visual", with Bryan Lee, "Serious" with Luther Allison, "Wound Up Tight" with Lonnie Brooks and Johnny Winter, and "Bayou Lightening Strikes Again" with Lonnie Brooks.
Growing Power is a national nonprofit organization and land trust supporting people from diverse backgrounds, and the environments in which they live, by helping to provide equal access to healthy, high-quality, safe and affordable food for people in all communities. Growing Power implements this mission by providing hands-on training, on-the-ground demonstration, outreach and technical assistance through the development of Community Food Systems that help people grow, process, market and distribute food in a sustainable manner.
Current photographer, video producer, and web developer for Milwaukee Blacksmith, located in Milwaukee’s Walker Point neighborhood, Seville Media provides high quality commercial as well as consumer photography, along with video production and web development